Every week for the past month, Wilt Elementary School teachers have been asking principal Kimberly Kent the same anxious questions.
"Are the results in yet?" "Do you have them?" "When are they coming in?"
Their questions will be answered this week, when Kentucky's roughly 1,200 public schools get results that will determine whether they have met the academic standards set by the federal No Child Left Behind Act.
For Wilt, and dozens of other schools, there's even more riding on this year's results...
This from the Courier-Journal.